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Founded in 1847, Farmington has a rich history. This walking tour guides you to a few of the historic locations still around. Most of the homes are privately owned and do not offer tours. However, the experience is well worth it. The trailhead is located at 130 N Main St. in the City Offices. Here you can obtain literature giving details of this historically intriguing tour.Distance: ~3 miles
This route goes from Forbush Park to the South Park through the southern half of Farmington. Check the map on the trail kiosk near the swimming pool at Forbush Park. You will be taking the trail highlighted in orange. Distance: ~3 miles roundtrip
This route is an asphalt jogging path that loops around Heritage Park. Distance: 0.52 miles/lap
The Great Salt Lake Nature Center at Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area is a great place to observe four different types of habitat: upland, emergent marsh, big open water, and riparian. These marshy wetlands are a waterfowl sanctuary. Bald eagles winter near Farmington Bay and are a very popular sight for photographers, birders, and the general public. Not often can you get this close to the living symbol of our nation. The two main trails located at Farmington Bay are known as Waterfowl Walk and Wetland Experience. These easy, pleasant trails provide bridges over marshy areas and observation decks with benches for sitting, waiting, and enjoying the birding experience. They are peaceful forays perfect for families and are wheelchair accessible.Some areas close depending on the bird-nesting season. Please observe the posted instructions for access.
This park nestled between neighborhood houses is a small field good for soccer, football, or any other fun outdoor activity.
Cyclists and pedestrians share this paved trail that parallels the Legacy Parkway from Farmington to North Salt Lake. Scenic views include striking mountains, farmland, wildlife, and migratory birds.
This is a new park currently being built in Clearfield. Clearfield City desires to expand the existing neighborhood parks and provide open space play for all ages. The park will be located a 1/2 miles from a new high school, 1/3 mile from convenient shopping, and have easy access to I-15.
The Kaysville Rotary Walkway runs parallel to 50 W and Frontage Road. It passes through Barton Ponds Park and ends at Shepard Lane.
Kaysville Heritage Walkway is located in Heritage Park. It was donated by Zions Bank in 2010 as a way to give back to the community.
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